We want to print the GRN on a label with part, description, GRN number - this is for traceability when picking.
We use a label printer, which is a standard windows printer / driver.
By: Jason APT
Posted on: Oct 30 2020 at 05:30:00 AM
We have one of those pricing labellers. Looks a bit like a hammer. Shops use them to wack a price label onto bean tins. Using it looks a bit like playing that whack-a-molde game.
When we get a delivery we dial the GRN number in to the whacker and whack away at all the items in the box.
When we pick we write the GRN number from that label onto the Pick List. The pick list gets files away. I know it's not completely paperless but we've been doing it like this for many years and it works just fine.
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